Whether you’re a mountain biker, hiker, skier, snowmobiler, or snowshoer, you depend on trails to lead you through the landscape.
Yet few people stop to consider how such trails come to exist, and what it takes to keep them accessible. The White Mountains alone feature over 1,200 miles of trails, most of them managed by the National Forest Service. But even the Forest Service needs help.
Keeping such a vast network of public trails safe and viable year after year is a daunting and expensive task—which is where the White Mountain Trail Collective comes in!
Learn more about the WMTC and the work it does to maintain public access in the White Mountains of New Hampshire by watching this short film.